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Old 07-27-2008, 09:54 PM   #646
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Yes, yes it was. I saw it yesterday.
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Ah, I've seen people commenting positively about that on my LiveJournal friends list. I remember seeing some early preview for it when my friends dragged me to The Golden Compass or whatever it was called, but otherwise I know nothing about it. Willing to bet it's probably not my sort of thing though.
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I shouldn't make such a call having only seen it once, but it may be the best thing that Pixar's done. I don'tk now, I still love Monster's Inc and Nemo a lot, so I'm gonna have to wait for a second viewing. But GOD what a message that movie had. It was sorta a stretch by the end there. But...whooo and it was a KIDS movie.
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But...whooo and it was a KIDS movie.
And this probably explains why I'm not rushing out to see it.

What other movies are Pixar ones? I remember seeing Toy Story and A Bug's Life a good while back. I can't say I've exactly kept track of what they've done and what Dreamworks have done.
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And this probably explains why I'm not rushing out to see it.

What other movies are Pixar ones? I remember seeing Toy Story and A Bug's Life a good while back. I can't say I've exactly kept track of what they've done and what Dreamworks have done.
I've made it quite apparent that i hate the majority of dreamworks films (Kung Fu Panda and the first Shrek aside)

Pixar films: A Bugs Life, Toy Story, Toy Story 2, Monster's Inc., Finding Nemo, Cars, The Incredibles, Ratfuckawhat?, Wall*E, and I know i'm forgetting a couple *goes to check* No I didn't. How sad is that.
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So The National was the only team in the premier league I'd never heard of, out of curiosity I decided to listen to one of their albums on Napster. Holy crap...I think I'm in love.
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I've made it quite apparent that i hate the majority of dreamworks films (Kung Fu Panda and the first Shrek aside)

Pixar films: A Bugs Life, Toy Story, Toy Story 2, Monster's Inc., Finding Nemo, Cars, The Incredibles, Ratfuckawhat?, Wall*E, and I know i'm forgetting a couple *goes to check* No I didn't. How sad is that.
Ahh, yeah, I remember enjoying the first Shrek. Not sure if I even saw the sequels.

Bug's Life and Toy Story were pretty enjoyable. Cars, The Incredibles, and Ratattoule or however it's spelt all looked really stupid, though.
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Ahh, yeah, I remember enjoying the first Shrek. Not sure if I even saw the sequels.

Bug's Life and Toy Story were pretty enjoyable. Cars, The Incredibles, and Ratattoule or however it's spelt all looked really stupid, though.
I really was surprised by how much I enjoyed The Incredibles, Cars was decent, but it felt too much like a DreamWorks film to me. RatFace can F*** off though.
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So The National was the only team in the premier league I'd never heard of, out of curiosity I decided to listen to one of their albums on Napster. Holy crap...I think I'm in love.
I've heard a few of their songs in DI tournaments, but haven't bothered to check them out, mainly because it seems the people hyping them already have a track record of hyping other bands I'm not into. I've long since learnt when to tune out B&C and RYM.
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I've heard a few of their songs in DI tournaments, but haven't bothered to check them out, mainly because it seems the people hyping them already have a track record of hyping other bands I'm not into. I've long since learnt when to tune out B&C and RYM.
I don't think you'd like them
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I really was surprised by how much I enjoyed The Incredibles, Cars was decent, but it felt too much like a DreamWorks film to me. RatFace can F*** off though.
The Incredibles just looked stupid. As in, cheesy animation. And the previews just seemed cheesy too.

Cars just looked like an uninspired gimmick.
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I don't think you'd like them
Yeah, let's be honest, hardly a shock there.
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My son and husband both loved Cars. We all loved Wall-E None of us liked Incredibles. Cars had Paul Newman - gotta love Paul Newman. No really, you HAVE to love him.
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Hi all!!!


Wall-E....I saw the shorts to that when taking the kids to see the overrated Kung-Poo Panda....looks REALLY good!!! I'm a sucker for quality kids movies....


4.5hrs until Meeting with board about Bitch-Principal....... no no no it's and :fuckyeah:
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